What does "bit" mean here?
In this context, "bit" means "part." These two words have the same meaning, but "bit" is used slightly more in the UK and "part" is used more frequently elsewhere. Thus, we can understand this part as the speaker cueing his dragon to start his part. Ex: You can do Part A, while I'll do Part B. Ex: This is Stacy's bit, don't speak her lines.
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